This guide shows users how to use Etherscan to find out if their wallet has $GALA eligible for the $GALA v2 upgrade.
This article assumes the user understands the information in the following articles:
NOTE: This method only applies to non-custodial wallets where the user owns the seed phrase or private key, such as a hardware or Web 3 wallet. For wallets on exchanges or with service providers, we strongly recommend transferring $GALA to a non-custodial wallet to ensure the drop is received.
1) After locating an account's $GALA Ethereum address, copy and paste it into Etherscan.io. Click the magnifying glass to continue.
2) This will take a user to their address overview page. The page shows how much Ethereum the wallet address has as well as any tokens it holds.
3) In the Token Holdings section, search $GALA and then click it to continue.
4) On this page, Etherscan filters an Ethereum address's transactions to show only transactions for $GALA.
Note: It is important to ensure that this token address matches the $GALA v1 token address of 0x15d4c048f83bd7e37d49ea4c83a07267ec4203da. If the $GALA in the wallet is not associated with this Token Contract address, it will not be included in the upgrade.
5) Once the Token Contract address is confirmed, users can see their $GALA balance to know how much $GALA v2 they will be receiving.
To learn more about the $GALA v2 upgrade and commonly asked questions, check out Upgrading to $GALA v2.